UK Cycling Tours
Cycling Holidays In The Peak District, Derbyshire, England
Cycling is a fantastic way to see an area. Not only are you keeping fit in an environmentally friendly manner but you are able to cover a good distance & really get a feel for the places you visit.
The Peak District offers some fabulous & diverse scenery and traveling by bike allows you to cover much more ground than walking alone. How difficult or easy a tour is depends very much on individual opinion however all tours are graded to give you an idea of what to expect from a tour.
You can choose to travel light & have your luggage transported for you between overnight stops or alternatively, carry your luggage with you in the panniers provided, which are mounted on a rear rack.
All tours are self led which allows you to travel at your own pace & stop when you wish. You are provided with bikes & equipment (panniers, bar bags, helmets etc), maps, local information & history, detailed route notes & an emergency back up number in the unlikely event that you require assistance.
All prices are per person based on 2 people sharing either a twin or double room. If you would like to book a single supplement please state this on the booking form & we will contact you to discuss prices & availablity.
There are 8 tours to choose from or you can call us on 01457 851462 or 07961 052 590 if you would like an alternative tour arranging.
10 Day Lands End to John O'Groats
The Lands End to John O’Groats cycle tour or 'LEJOG' conjures up a variety of images; an escapade; a challenge; hard work; a puncture or two; stunning scenery, and a tremendous sense of achievement. Since the 1960’s the End to End has become a firm favourite with the British people. This 10 Day Ride across Britain is our toughest challenge and not for the faint hearted!
Channel to the Med
Welcome to Peak Tours newest cycle challenge from one end of France to the other. Starting from the northern French coast at the port town of Caen we continue southwards to finish the tour near Nice on the Mediterranean coastline two weeks later.
So, Why France? France is a wide and diverse country which contains a variety of different and stunning landscapes. France is also 1/4 as densely populated as the UK and much more rural so the roads are quieter and cyclists are treated with much more respect.
Most people have heard of the Tour de France and the country can arguably be considered the cultural home of cycling. We will cycle through some of the iconic landscapes that you may have seen whilst watching the tour and most notably we will take in Mont Ventoux en-route to Nice.
Mizen Head to Malin Head Ireland Cyling Holiday
The Mizen Head to Malin Head cycle tour or “Head to Head” conjures up a variety of images, rolling green fields, fantastic pubs, the “Craic”, a puncture or three, stunning scenery, and a tremendous sense of achievement. In devising this route we have heard on numerous occasions from our customers that “it’s only on our doorstep and I don’t really know much about it”….well now is a good a time as any to find out.
Hadrian's Wall Cycleway
This classic Great British ride covers some of northern England's most interesting and diverse scenery. Join us on this 120 mile ride from the west coast to the east coast of England and enjoy one of the UK's most historical and memorable tours.
Historic Villages & Alpine Trails
Lying on the edge of the Dark & White Peak areas of the Peak District Hathersage is perfectly placed to explore the best of the National Park. This tour comprises two contrasting rides which take you around the banks of the Upper Derwent reservoirs to the north which has a much more rugged feel. Your journey south takes you through numerous limestone villages with the chance to sample some great food at the many country pubs on offer.
Heart of the Peak
This unique tour combines some of the Peak District's best known attractions with numerous hidden gems best discovered by bike. From the attractive spa town of Buxton to the more rugged crags around Stanage this tour takes you from the more gentle limestone hills of the White Peak through picturesque villages such as Youlgreave, Tideswell & Eyam to the glamorous surroundings of Chatsworth. The spectacular ridges around Castleton offer a different perspective as you venture further to the alpine slopes of the High Peak.
The Limestone Peak
Discover the fantastic Victorian resort of Matlock & Matlock Bath where you can take the cable car to the 'Heights of Abraham'. Pass through Cromford to join the High Peak Trail up to Middleton Top to join the Pennine Bridleway. This fantastic ride takes you to Hartington where you will stay in the magnificent 17th century manor house. You will continue through the attractive village of Youlgrave before arriving at Bakewell, with a chance to sample the delicious locally made pudding. Fantastic views & pretty limestone villages characterise the route through Tideswell to Eyam. Your final day takes you through the Chatsworth Estate where you will have the choice of two contrasting routes back to Matlock.
Rivers and Gorges of the White Peak
This gentle tour is based in the lovely village of Hartington. Set amongst the rolling green fields of Derbyshire's White Peak you will cycle along numerous traffic free bridleways & quiet country lanes to discover a number of unspoilt Peak District villages. Each days route has a number of alternatives if you wish to extend your ride & navigation is easy. This tour is suitable for anyone with limited cycling experience or anyone that would like a leisurely tour in some of the Peak Districts most scenic country.
Peak Family Tour
This tour is suitable for families because the majority of the route is along traffic free bridleways and the mileage each day is low. However this tour is suitable for anyone with limited cycling experience. Your first day takes you along the High Peak Trail to the ancient market town of Winster. Your second day in the saddle is mostly along quiet country lanes to the charming town of Ashbourne. Day 3 is almost entirely on bridleways back to your starting point.
Way of the Roses
Starting from Morecambe on the west coast this challenging ride passes through stunning scenery along the 170 mile route to the east coast at Bridlington. Opened in September 2010 the Sustrans Way of the Roses tour is well signposted and has train stations at either end making travel to & from the start and end points easy.